Parent Resources

Forms And Links For Currently Enrolled Families

Parent Resources

Forms And Links For Currently Enrolled Families

Insight Information

Covid Resources


Carline Information

Carline Morning Logistics
Our doors will have a staff person there to greet students from 8:45am-9:00am. Anyone arriving late will need to use the front office door and sign your student in.

Preschool families – Please park in the playground lot and walk your student to the corner cafeteria door. If you also have a K-8 sibling, please walk your K-8 students to the playground ramp door where Mr. Tesch will greet you.

K-8 families – Please enter the IHM church lot from Mayview Road via the second (south) entrance. Form a line heading toward the church and snake around to the main school office door. This will give us more space for the line while keeping cars off of Excelsior and Mayview.

Carline Afternoon Logistics
We will use the front main entrance for students riding the bus. Carlines will form at the parish/church doors, the cafeteria door (preschool) and the back playground door. Please see below for your assigned line.

Preschool families – please park in the playground parking lot and walk to the cafeteria door to greet your student at 3:45pm. Please wait in your car for your K-8 siblings, they will come out with the rest of the carline after the 3:55pm bell.

Families with the last names A-H – please line up in the playground parking lot. The line will form to your left as you enter the parking area. Only preschool families who need to park should exit their cars.

Families with the last names I-Z – please line up off of Mayview Road heading toward the church entrance.


Become an NDA Volunteer
We welcome and encourage volunteers in our school and we have numerous opportunities available.

Notre Dame Academy fosters a culture that promotes and supports an active community. We believe an active community is essential to providing the supportive and nurturing environment our community desires for each of our students.

Volunteer Requirements

We welcome and encourage volunteers in our school and we have numerous volunteer opportunities available. Before volunteering with the students, Archdiocesan policy requires background checks, Virtus (safe environment) class, and a signed Code of Conduct for all adults who volunteer at Notre Dame Academy. This includes anyone who assists in any classroom/school activity, party, lunchroom, or fieldtrip.

1.  Register online at virtusonline.org.

  • Archdiocese/Diocese/Religious Organization: St. Paul and Minneapolis, MN
  • Create a User ID
  • Primary Location: Notre Dame Academy. You can add additional locations if you volunteer at other schools or parishes.
  • Role & Title: Volunteer

2.  Complete information for a background check. Then print out the 123.b informed consent form and turn it in to Liz Flom in the school office.

3.  Take the safe environment class and keep updated on any additional online training.

4.  Sign the Code of Conduct. 

Volunteers who are re-credentialing may refer to the guide below. Volunteers are always encouraged and appreciated; please view our current volunteering opportunities on our SignUpGenius.

VIRTUS Account New User Registration Guide

Essential 3 (E3) Re-Credentialing Guide

Office for the Protection of Children and Youth (OPCY) How to Report Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect


Additional Opportunities

Home and School
Our Home and School Committee serves the school community by hosting events and activities in addition to supporting the teachers, students and staff in many ways. One way that Home and School serves Notre Dame Academy is by organizing volunteers for a variety of areas, activities and fundraisers.  

Lunch Program

Notre Dame Academy is proud to offer a unique home-cooked hot lunch program for students. Our kitchen is fully staffed and students overwhelmingly enjoy the menu items offered. Students prepay for lunches and maintain individual accounts through PIN numbers. The state and federally funded Free and Reduced Lunch program is available for eligible families. Your child’s eligibility status (free, reduced, paid lunches) is private data. Families must re-apply each school year to determine eligibility for the free and reduced lunch program. Further information on the lunch program is available in our handbook or you may contact the office.

Before And After Care Programs

To help our working families, Notre Dame Academy offers before and after school care for all families who need this service. Our two programs allow you to pick the days and times that work for you. We also offer a summer camp for all ages. If you are interested in this option for your PK child, you may register through ProCare.

If you are interested in this option for your K – 8th grade child, you may register using the link listed above on this parent resource page under the subtitle forms.

School Hours

  • K – 8 Program: 9:00 a.m. – 3:55 p.m.
  • PK Programs: 9:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Part-time and full-time schedules are available.
  • School Office: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Summer hours are Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., we are closed on Fridays.)
  • Before School Care: 7:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
  • After School Care: 3:55 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

“I am a volunteer from the IHM parish and have volunteered at NDA since its opening. Nowhere have I witnessed and felt a part of a more caring, loving, Christian family. I witness children being given such wonderful opportunities to learn and experience areas for not only academic and leadership growth but more importantly, their spiritual growth.”

– Parishioner

Contact Information

Notre Dame Academy
13505 Excelsior Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN 55345

Phone: 952-358-3500
Fax: 952-935-2031

Doors open at 8:45 a.m.

School Hours:
9:00 a.m.-3:55 p.m.

Preschool Hours:
9:00 a.m.-3:45 p.m.

School Mass:
Wednesdays and Holy Days at 9:15 a.m. Livestreamed via IHM.

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